What are you doing this June 5th? Please join us in learning more about our Case Manager job opportunities in our Independent Transitional/Permanent Support Housing Programs. Our Independent Transitional program provides clients with housing up to three years and linkages in hopes for permanent housing through family reunification, Section 8 housing, or Rapid-Rehousing through case-management. Our Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) program provides housing and supportive housing services to formerly homeless individuals to maintain stable housing.
Learn more about the services and opportunities we have at our North Hills Family Center, meet our HR team, Supervisors and schedule an interview that same day! So what is stopping you from making a difference in the lives of those who most need it. Join the Penny Lane Family today and register for our On-Site Job Fair next Monday.
The Department of Health Care Access and Information (HCAI) has announced two new behavioral health scholarship programs, and we wanted to make sure you and your staff knew about them!
The first is the Golden State Social Opportunities Program which aims to increase the number of licensed behavioral health professionals providing direct patient care in California. This scholarship gives priority to those who have experienced foster care and/or homelessness, as well as Community-Based Organization employees.
The second opportunity is the Behavioral Health Scholarship Program which aims to increase the number of trained allied and advanced behavioral health professionals providing direct patient care in California.
We’re asking that you consider partnering with us to promote these opportunities. Please feel free to adapt and share these resources to whomever you think would benefit. Below (and above) is a summary of each of the scholarships. If you have any questions about these programs, please email BHprograms@hcai.ca.gov
The applications are due August 15th.